Women’s History Month: Let’s take a moment to step into the Internet Hall of Fame

Fort Campbell, KY (March 26, 2021) –Here you will find some of the most influential people in the world of broadband. Some are computer scientists, mathematicians or engineers, while many others are inventors, business leaders, and forward thinkers with dreams and a passion for technology. Today’s focus is inductee Elizabeth “Jake” Feinler, an American information scientist. She was the first …

It’s time for even more women to take on tech

Bowling Green, Kentucky (March 22, 2021) – A trend emerges every year when Connected Nation’s staff marks Women’s History Month—stories emerge of women who have had a huge impact on technology that we use in our everyday lives.  From the world’s first computer programmer, Ada Lovelace, to the current CEO at YouTube and one of Google’s first employees, Susan Wojcicki, women have …

Celebrating Women’s History Month: Influential Women in the Tech Industry — Susan Wojcicki

Bowling Green, KY (March 9, 2021) – To celebrate Women’s History Month, Connected Nation is profiling influential women in today’s technology industry. One is Susan Wojcicki. As the CEO of YouTube and one of Google’s first employees, Wojcicki has claimed a spot as one of the most influential women in online technology. Wojcicki is highly educated and her credentials show …

Pushing through barriers: What value women bring to the job market

Bowling Green, KY (March 4, 2021) – Really, the question is: When it comes to re-entering the “paying” workforce, why do we devalue a woman’s worth because her labor experience looks different than a Monday-through-Friday job? There are numerous reasons for re-entering the workforce, but should the reasons matter? Women who have a lifetime of experience in many different arenas …